The acceptance rate of the
articles sent for publication in the International
Journal of Education and Psychology in the Community (IJEPC), volume 6 in 2016 is 22%.
Some of the articles that have been rejected in the first phase
will be published in later volumes provided that the authors will respect the
indications and suggestions of the reviewers. An important criterion of
selection is reporting the size of
effect and/or the statistical
power of the research.
The International Journal of
Education and Psychology in the Communityis published biannually - January (Issue 1) and July (Issue 2). The journal is mainly addressed to the following categories of professionals: - educators - psychologists - psychiatrists - philosophers - anthropologists - medical doctors
The INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY IN THE COMMUNITY, is a peer reviewed journal that publishes original empirical and theoretical studies and analyses in education and psychology which aim to integrate the major factors that relate the individual and the environment, within and across complex social communities. The editors seek to publish articles with emphasis on empirical studies across a wide range of methodological paradigms including experimental, educational, clinical, criminological, industrial, and social psychology. The journal invites also theoretical manuscripts that make a clear and significant contribution in education or psychology, that address the conceptual, methodological, and practical challenges and major determinants of individual in the social context, person-environment interactions, and analysis of the broader contextual factors.
Manuscripts not appropriate for submission to IJEPC include short essays, reports addressing a too brief question, or topics that are too specialized and are more suitable for a specialty journal.
The INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY IN THE COMMUNITY is published biannually - June and December. The journal is mainly addressed to the following categories of professionals: educators, psychologists, psychiatrists, philosophers, anthropologists, and medical doctors.
Manuscript Submissions Submissions should be current, timely, not published or submitted for publication to other avenues, and suitable for the topics of interest to this journal. Occasionally special interest topic issues will be created to group submissions that present similar research ideas.
Authors should use current APA Style and manuscripts written in English. Submissions should be made electronically via the below e-mail address. All submissions will go through a blind peer review process.
Submissions and information should be addressed via e-mail at: